Want To Learn Mongolian?
Mongolia is a flat country with large open expanses. That is how many people picture it, at least. The capital of Ulaanbaatar is just as cosmopolitan as any other major city in the world. It is this wide spread of environment in the country that makes it so appealing. Perhaps best known as the home of Genghis Khan, there is a lot to learn about Mongolia. A great place to start is by learning Mongolian.
Mongolian is the official language of Mongolia, as well as in China, where it is often used alongside Chinese in the Inner Mongolia region. There are over 5 million native speakers of the language. There are variety of dialects in the Mongolian language, though most of them can be found in the Inner Mongolia region of China. Mongolian can be written in both the traditional Mongolian script and Cyrillic.
One thing to note about the Mongolian language is that is uses suffixes extensively. Meanwhile, it does not have definitives or grammatical genders. There are eight cases, with suffixes being added to a stem to convey the relevant case. In terms of word order, it generally follows SOV - the subject is followed by the object, which is then followed by the verb of the sentence.
So what is stopping you from visiting the empty plains of Mongolia? With a culture like no other, it is very easy to be entranced by their different way of living owing to their nomadic background. While it can get really hot and really cold, traversing the country would be a trip of a life time. Get yourself prepared and learn Mongolian.